Exchange 2003 Server ACLs - Shot In The Foot!

Posted on 2007-10-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-18

I've done something rather silly in Exchange 2003 System Manager and am now in a bit of a difficult situation!  I removed the permissions to a mailbox store ACL - so it's basically blank.  What this now means is that I can't access it at all, even using ADSI edit (although I can see it but can't do anything).  Is there any way I can get access to this object again?  Thanks in advance.
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